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The Making of a Family Historian Part 2 – Research

Having laid the foundation, the second in The Making of a Family Historian series discusses the many layers of research involved in family history writing including: The Language of Genealogy | What’s in a Name | Knowing Your Resources & Gathering Your Tools | Oral Histories & Interviews | Onsite & Online | Vital Records | Birth, Marriage, Death Records | Federal, State & Local Government Records | Census Records | Naturalization & Military Records | Ethnic Resources | Wills, Probate, Land, Tax and Court Records | Libraries & Collections | Churches | Cemeteries | Passenger Lists | Brick Walls | Directories, Newspapers, Maps | Genealogy Software.

Instructor

Mary Patricia Voell

Mary Patricia Voell is the founder and owner of Legacies, LLC | Personal, Family & Organizational Historians whose sole mission is to help others capture and preserve their stories. Since 2001, “before it’s too late” became her mantra and inheritance ... read more

Date: 5 Wed, Mar 2-30, 2022

Delivery Method: Live Online

Time: 12:30-2:30pm CT

Platform: Zoom

Instructor: Mary Patricia Voell

Fee: $30

Program Number: SPRI:124

Registration opens Tue, Jan 11, 2022.
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